Another quick cyclic extension, it’s the weather for dnb
My new year’s resolution was not to start any new collaborations. Here’s a new collaboration with Ash Sagar aka section_9 (among others): First live date is at the Newcastle Gateshead Algorave on the 26th April. Judging by this first jam session it should be a blinder..
Here’s a new work in progress, I am happy with how things are going with Tidal at the moment (redone, less quiet..)
Here’s Broken, a new two-sided single out on Chordpunch. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
I’ve continued with the Tidal cycles project, pushing forward with at least one cycle per weekday, apart from one day when I made a longer recording (to appear on chordpunch soon). All the audio is downloadable and creative commons licensed (CC-BY), check the descriptions for the tweet-sized tidal code for each cycle, and follow on […]
I’ve started a twitter feed called @tidalcycles, with minimal tidal programs and their output. I’ll try to add one a day, but lets see how things go. Here’s the first couple: brak $ let x = “bd [sn [[sn bd] sn]]*1/3″ in interlace (sound $ slow 3 $ x) (sound $ every 3 (append “[bd]*6″) […]
A quick improv from Sheffield: Here’s the state of my editor at the end: d1 $ slow 2 $ sound “bd [sn sn bd]/2″ let x = density 2 $ striate’ 8 0.75 $ sound (slow 4 $ “[bd bd/4] [ht mt lt]“) in d2 $ stack [every 3 rev $ every 4 (0.75
I’ve been doing a bit *too* much lately. Still a lot of things on the horizon but hopefully a bit more spread out. So while I contemplate my calendar, here’s some public events I’m involved with: Ongoing: I had a really great time during my residency and although I’m now back from Barcelona, the residency period […]
Here’s a room recording of xname and I playing a post-algorave set at Audacious Space in Sheffield. We start making sound from about 4 minutes in. Xname performed using handmade circuits controlled with strobes and other lights. I used my livecoding DSL Tidal, which also sent flashing patterns to a monitor flat on the table, […]